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SKS splitting beneath continental rift zones
We present measurements of SKS splitting at 28 digital seismic stations and 35 analog stations in the Baikal rift zone, Siberia, and adjacent areas, and at 17 stations in the East African Rift inExpand
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Asymmetric upwarp of the asthenosphere beneath the Baikal rift zone, Siberia
In the summer of 1991 we installed 27 seismic stations about lake Baikal, Siberia, aimed at obtaining accurately timed digital seismic data to investigate the deep structure and geodynamics of theExpand
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Seismic anisotropy and mantle flow beneath the Baikal rift zone
SEISMIC studies have shown that continental rifts such as Lake Baikal and the Great Rift Valley of East Africa are like mid-ocean rifts in that they lie above broad regions of asthenospheric upvvarpExpand
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Measuring the National Wealth in Seventeenth-Century England
This article discusses William Petty's 1665 estimate of the wealth of England and Wales - the first set of national accounts - and compares it with Gregory King's (1696), which is shown to be heavilyExpand
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Evidence for small‐scale mantle convection in the upper mantle beneath the Baikal rift zone
[1] Inversion of teleseismic P wave travel time residuals collected along a 1280-km-long profile traversing the Baikal rift zone (BRZ) reveals the existence of an upwarped lithosphere/asthenosphereExpand
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The medical history of waters and spas
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Vagrants and Vagrancy in England, 1598–1664
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Books of Orders: the Making of English Social Policy, 1577–1631
  • P. Slack
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 1980
The importance of the Caroline Book of Orders has not gone unrecognized by historians of early Stuart England. Admirers of the personal rule of Charles I saw in it a cornerstone of that regime'sExpand
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Poverty in early-Stuart Salisbury
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